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Anthropology and Advocacy: A Case Study of the Campaign against the Ok Tedi Mine

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Created date

August 4, 2018

Critical Commentary

This 2002 article by Stuart Kirsch engages questions about the responsibilities of anthropologists and the role of NGOs involved in cultural property rights cases of vulnerable communities. Kirsch has made a PDF of the article available on his personal website

Source

Kirsch, Stuart. 2002. "Anthropology and Advocacy: A Case Study of the Campaign against the Ok Tedi Mine." Critique of Anthropology, 22(2): 175 - 200. https://derianga.files.wordpress.com/2008/08/kirsch-critique-of-anthro-a...

Language

English

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